An easy recipe for fresh pasta which you can use to make any shape of pasta you like, from fettucine to ravioli to lasagne.
While working, always cover sitting dough with a damp cloth to prevent from drying out.
Used different ingredients. Kneaded the dough in the KitchenAid stand mixer, then made spaghetti with the pasta maker attachment. It was delicious! (I did add 1 tsp. dry basil and 1 tsp. dry oregano for a little kick!) - 08 Oct 2008
This recipe was perfect. I have tried many recipes in the past and this is by far the best. I added a little bit more olive oil and a splash of water to get the moisture content correct. I kneaded by hand for eight minutes and set it in a freezer bag and when It came out it was satin smooth and went through my pasta roller and cutter without a hitch. I made 40 palm sized (using a tart cutter) super raviolis with this recipe and had enough left over for a quick bowl of basil and butter spaghetti (with roasted and chopped pine nuts) This recipe rocks! - 08 Oct 2008
I used a mixer and left to rest for an hour. Fantastic texture to use but had to flour well to put through hand-turned pasta roller. allowed to dry for 2 hours. Terrific texture but remember to not overcook as the pasta will be too soggy. Loved this recipe. - 21 May 2017